Daily Archives: July 28, 2020

Magnitude 5.8 earthquake in Philippines

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Sea Ice Extent (Global Antarctic and Arctic) – Day 208 – 2020

Sea Ice Extent (Global Antarctic and Arctic) – Day 208 – 2020 vor 19 Std. Arctic Sea Ice Antarctic Sea Ice Arctic Arctic Sea Ice Extent Global Sea Ice South / North — sunshine hours

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Future Energy Scenarios 2020

Future Energy Scenarios 2020 By Paul Homewood The National Grid has just published its latest annual FES: FES main report As usual, there are four scenarios: Consumer Transformation – basically high electrification System Transformation – high hydrogen use Steady Progression – business as usual Leading The Way – first lemming over the cliff In this […]

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Peter Ridd Challenge Goes To The Heart Of A Free Society

Peter Ridd has decided to fight last week’s decision in favour of James Cook University, and the case is of such public importance that the High Court simply must allow the appeal to be heard. The Ridd case is much more than a mere workplace relations dispute between an academic and his employer. It is […]

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The Last Time I Saw Paris

The Last Time I Saw Paris On July 18, 2020, Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society, gave a presentation entitled “The Last Time I Saw Paris” at the FreedomTalk Conference in Calgary, Alberta. … Continue reading via Friends of Science Calgary https://ift.tt/3hNgyI2 July 28, 2020 at 02:16PM

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BBC Climate Documentary: “How they Made Us Doubt Everything”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall I’ve just listened to the entire BBC radio series “How They Made Us Doubt Everything”, which compares climate skepticism to rejecting the link between tobacco and cancer. Episodes 1-5, all I heard was details of how the tobacco industry sowed doubt about lung cancer – interesting but largely irrelevant to the […]

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